Fluid is ideal for prototyping mobile apps, but does have some libraries to support desktop apps as well.
Prototypes can be created from existing mocks or by building screens out within Fluid using libraries of standard assets.
- Large library of elements for many different devices.
- Quick and intuitive to add assets via drag + drop or uploading files.
- Fast to create new pages and link pages together.
- Support for gesture-based interaction.
- Option to add transition effects to links.
- Quick and easy to share interactive prototype via URL or QR code for devices.
- Moderate learning curve; took some time to get oriented as a first-time user.
- Some features are not easily discoverable; depended on support documentation to learn how to accomplish some tasks.
- No support for adding interactivity to individual elements.
- Some unexpected behaviors across the screen view and flow view.